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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

McCain on "Art Fennell Reports"

During the exclusive interview, McCain broke for the first time that he has categorically ruled out any run for the Vice-Presidency.

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Another Very Personal Protest



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Hightower- Save the GOP from socialism



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Bush's Thanksgiving Threat



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GoLeft Earth Minute



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Wall Street Setback

The markets headed south after the opening bell and Wall Street's slump has fueled fears the economy is slowing. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Jackson Browne's Road Rules

Only On The Web: Jackson Browne, who's on the campaign trail with John Edwards, shares his rules for living on the road, including his "Manual of Defensive Eating."

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Romney Goes Food Shopping

CBS News Raw: Mitt Romney stops by an Iowa supermarket then heads to a food bank, where he sings along with other volunteers as they pack boxes to send to the needy.

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Obama Ad- 'Hope And Change'

Barack Obama focuses on his experience as a community organizer and attorney in this S.C. ad. Obama: "Hope and change haven't just been campaign slogans for me. They have been the causes of my life."

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Clinton Ad- 'Machine'

Over images of ads from the John McCain and Mitt Romney campaigns, the narrator in this Hillary Clinton ad says, "Here they go again. The same old Republican attack machine is back."

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Thompson's Thanksgiving Plans

Fred Thompson will share a quiet holiday at home with his family. Asked about his recent diet rule - "if it tastes good, don't eat it" - Thompson says "the rule is lifted. The rule is in suspension."

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Too Much Online Exposure?

Only On The Web: Internet safety expert Parry Aftab says kids share too much online, opening themselves up to potential predators. Parents, in denial, think their kids know better, but they don't.

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Bush Praises Musharraf

Despite continued unrest in Pakistan, President Bush gives praise to Gen. Pervez Musharraf for being a "man of his word." Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Sunnis- U.S. Allies In Iraq?

The U.S. has allied with former Sunni insurgents to defeat al Qaeda in Iraq. They are called "volunteers," and many say that they fear for their life supporting the U.S. Lara Logan reports.

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Oil Prices' Ripple Effects

Crude oil is selling at nearly $100 a barrel, and the high costs are having ripple effects in unexpected places. John Blackstone reports.

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First Look- Coffee Prices

Only On The Web: John Blackstone previews tonight's "Evening News" with a sneak peek at his report on the link between rising coffee prices and the energy crisis.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports on a major breakthrough in stem cell research; scientists map a strain of tuberculosis; and an investigation into the stop-smoking aid Chantix.

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